What's Going On in riverside
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waste transformation program
Stirling Council met on the 30th June 2020 to discuss a change to our refuse collection. Read the proposal and summary here.
Riverside Community Council contacted our Ward 4 councilors on behalf of the community. Read our letter here.
Read a summary of our councilors response here.
If you wish to share your thoughts on the matter you can also contact your Councilors. Details can be found here.
Footpath closure - Edward Road
The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (Edward Road, Riverside) (Temporary Footpath Closure) Order 2020 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 25-6-20.
The ORDER will close:-
Edward Road From the junction of Edward Road and James Street to the rear of No 36 James Street, for approximately 20 metres from 3-7-20 until 2-10-20 to facilitate repairs to a dangerous wall.
Alternative Route: via Edward Road, James Street, Edward Road and vice versa
A COPY of the Order can be provided by e-mailing email@example.com.
school playground misuse
There has been concern for some time that the nature playground in Riverside Primary School was being misused with dogs being allowed to foul without being cleaned up.
We raised this with the school and the Nature playground will be locked and public use will no longer be allowed. New signage will be put in place.
It may not be ideal to lock it but we are so fortunate in Riverside to have many other lovely green spaces, and although the children love the nature playground, when it is misused it stops it being safe and could spoil it for the children's return.
We've been working on removing the old barrels and replacing them with the lovely new boxes.
We hope you enjoy the new community planters.
There is currently some giant hogweed growing near paths and in the grass around Riverside. We have logged this with Stirling Council but please be aware that the sap from this plant is toxic and can burn you and your pets, so please take care.
If you sustain a burn from giant hogweed wash area in cold water and keep away from the sun for 48 hours. For further advice please call Nhs 24 on 111.
If your pet sustains a burn from giant hogweed clean the area with cold water, cover the affected area and keep out of the sun for 48 hours. For further advice, contact your vet.
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